Arsenal vs FC Zurich live stream, Thursday 3 November, 8pm
Arsenal (opens in new tab) have exceeded all expectations this season and sit proudly atop the Premier League table with 10 wins from their first 12 games.
Their form in the Europa League has been strong too, with victories in each of their opening four group games and just a single goal conceded.
That run came to an end away to PSV Eindhoven (opens in new tab) last week, but the Gunners are already assured of a place in the knockout rounds.
There’s still something to play for in their final game as a win at home to bottom club Zurich will guarantee their passage straight to the round of 16, avoiding the play-offs.
Arsenal come into that match on the back of a confidence-boosting 5-0 win over Nottingham Forest (opens in new tab) on Sunday.
Although they were disappointed to lose Bukayo Saka to injury in the first half, his replacement Reiss Nelson had an excellent impact.
On his first league appearance of the season, he grabbed a brace and an assist, issuing a welcome reminder of his ability.
The 22-year-old still has plenty of time on his side but has struggled for regular minutes under Mikel Arteta, even being sent on loan to Feyenoord (opens in new tab) last season.
Nelson’s only start of the current campaign came away to Bodø/Glimt in the Europa League and he will be hoping for another opportunity to shine against lowly Zurich.
The reigning Swiss champions have started their title defence terribly, costing manager Andre Breitenreiter his job.
They are still bottom of the league but results have at least improved under his replacement Bo Henriksen, who will be in the away dugout at the Emirates.
Kick-off is at 8pm on Thursday 3 November and the game is being shown on BT Sport 2 (opens in new tab). See below for international broadcast options.
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4-3-3: Ramsdale; White, Holding, Gabriel, Tierney; Vieira, Elneny, Lokonga; Nelson, Nketiah, Jesus
4-3-3: Brecher; Boranijasevic, Kamberi, Katic, Aliti; Conde, Selnaes, Guerrero; Tosin, Okita, Rohner
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UK TV rights
How to watch Europa League live streams for UK subscribers
BT Sport (opens in new tab) is the place to go for coverage of the Europa League.
US TV rights
How to watch Europa League live streams for US subscribers
CBS and Univision are the Europa League rights holders.
Head back to our VPN advice so you can take advantage when you're out of the country.
Canada TV rights
How to watch Europa League live streams for Canadian subscribers
Based in Canada? The way to watch Europa League football in 2022/23 is with DAZN, which has exclusive rights to all the action.
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Australia TV rights
How to watch Europa League live streams for Australian subscribers
Stan Sport will be screening Europa League games this season.
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New Zealand TV rights
How to watch a Europa League live stream for New Zealand subscribers
Spark Sport are serving up Europa League action this season.
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